Comment Of The Day: Second Life Represent!!

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We have some great commenters here on Hair Balls, and it's time we paid some damn attention to them.

So we'll be highlighting a Comment of the Day each morning, from the previous day's work. Maybe two comments, even.

This will all be determined by a highly rigorous scientific formula involving wit, clarity and whatever else we feel like at the moment.

Our nostaglic look at 10 social Web sites that are dead or dying brought out the defenders. The defenders of Second Life, of all things.

Imnotgoing Sideways took offense:

You can say Second Life is dead or dying, but, for people like me it's still a frigg'n blast. (^_^)

The experiment on socialization that it may have been in the past was never realized... Pretty much because people don't always socialize as expected or "In the box". (^_^)

Though, given the description you've given it... I'd re-read it if I were you. Between the lines, it pretty much says "Second Life didn't become the destructive mons

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Ferd Frederix
Ferd Frederix

I have to agree with Immy. SL is not dying. $5 million dollars a day still changes hands. And I just saw a 2 page spread in a major tech magazine that says that "the future of play has never looked more open-ended, protean and complex, or to put it another way, more like Second Life."

Imnotgoing Sideways
Imnotgoing Sideways

Not exactly offense. I'm pretty darned tough to offend. =^-^=

But... I'd still argue that the "Second Life" you found is not ~my~ Second Life. (^_^)

If ever you have the temptation to log in, seek me out. I can be like an apologist or something and give you a bit of a tour of the fun stuff. (^_^)y

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